On Sun, 17 Apr 2005, David Roundy wrote:
That's all right. Darcs would only access the cached data through a git-caching layer, and we've already got an abstraction layer over the pristine cache. As long as the git layer can quickly retrieve the contents of a given file, we should be fine.
In fact, one of my hopes was that other SCM's could just use the git plumbing. But then I'd really suggest that you use "git" itself, not any "libgit". Ie you take _all_ the plumbing as real programs, and instead of trying to link against individual routines, you'd _script_ it.
If you don't want it, I won't do it. Still makes sense to separate the plumbing from the porcelain, though.
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